1. Water vapour detected on distant ‘super-Earth’ by UK scientists in 'world first' discovery  Evening Standard
  2. Water found on a potentially life-friendly alien planet  National Geographic
  3. Water vapor discovered on potentially habitable super-Earth exoplanet  INSIDER
  4. Water found on habitable ‘super-Earth’ K2-18b in breakthrough in search for alien life  The Sun
  5. Hubble telescope spies water raining on distant world  Nature.com
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UK scientists have detected water vapour on a distant ‘super-Earth’ in a “world first” discovery. Scientists now say K2-18b is “the only planet outside our solar system that we know has the correct temperature, an atmosphere and water" to support life. K2-18b is twice as big and eight times heavier than our Earth, and located about 110 light years away. The exoplanet was firstUK scientists have detected water vapour on a distant ‘super-Earth’ in a “world first” discovery. Scientists now say K2-18b is “the only planet outside our solar system that we know has the correct

Water vapour detected on distant ‘super-Earth’ by UK scientists in 'world first' discovery | London Evening Standard

Water vapor has been found in the atmosphere of a distant planet that’s just over twice the size of Earth. It’s the smallest world yet found with water in its surrounding atmosphere, and it’s possible that it even rains liquid water there.Though alien life probably doesn’t exist there.

Water vapor — and maybe even rain — found on distant world twice the size of Earth - The Verge

Scientists have detected water vapor and possibly even liquid water clouds on a strange exoplanet.The first (known) of its kind.

Discovery! Water Vapor — and Likely Clouds, Rain, Too — Found on Strange Alien Planet | Space

“New technologies will mean we can get an even better understanding of these planets #exoplanet #K2-18b”

Gabrielle Nash on Twitter: "New technologies will mean we can get an even better understanding of these planets #exoplanet #K2-18b"

Astronomers discover water in the atmosphere of a "habitable" planet orbiting a distant star.Astronomers discover water in the atmosphere of a "habitable" planet orbiting a distant star.

Water found on 'habitable' planet - BBC News

Scientists have found water vapour on a "super-Earth" for the first time ever, marking a major step forward in the search for alien life. The exoplanet, known as K2-18b, is perhaps the best ever candidate for being habitable that humanity has ever seen. “This represents the biggest step yet taken towards our ultimate goal of finding life on other planets, of proving that weScientists have found water vapour on a "super-Earth" for the first time ever, marking a major step forward in the search for alien life. The exoplanet, known as K2-18b, is perhaps the best ever

Water found on habitable alien exoplanet for first ever time, scientists say | The Independent

The exoplanet is just twice the diameter of Earth, and could potentially host life. The exoplanet is just twice the diameter of Earth, and could potentially host life.The exoplanet is just twice the diameter of Earth, and could potentially host life.

Hubble telescope spies water raining on distant world

In the atmosphere of an exoplanet just 111 light-years away, astronomers have just made a highly exciting discovery: they've detected water.In the atmosphere of an exoplanet just 111 light-years away, astronomers have just made a highly exciting discovery: they've detected water.

Water Detected in Atmosphere of Rocky Habitable Zone Exoplanet For First Time

In a major first, scientists have detected water vapor and possibly even liquid water clouds on a strange exoplanet that lies in the habitable zone of its host star about 110 light-years from Earth.The first (known) of its kind.

Mysterious Alien Planet Has Water in Its Atmosphere. Could Life Survive There? | Live Science

Water vapor in the skies of the world K2-18 b may make it “the best candidate for habitability” presently known beyond our solar systemWater vapor in the skies of the world K2-18 b may make it “the best candidate for habitability” presently known beyond our solar system

Astronomers Find Water on an Exoplanet Twice the Size of Earth - Scientific American

A “WORLD FIRST” discovery on a distant planet could be the key to scientists finding alien life.A “WORLD FIRST” discovery on a distant planet could be the key to scientists finding alien life.

Water detected on distant super-Earth planet with potential to host alien life | Science | News | Express.co.uk

K2-18b, which is eight times the mass of Earth, is now the only planet orbiting a star outside the Solar System, or 'exoplanet', known to have both water and temperatures that could support life.

First water detected on potentially 'habitable' planet

The extreme gravity would make walking impossible, and the sunlight is so fierce that developing cancer would be inevitable.The extreme gravity would make walking impossible, and the sunlight is so fierce that developing cancer would be inevitable.

Water discovered on ‘Super-Earth’ raises first real hope of alien life

K2-18 b is our "best candidate for habitability," since it's the only known exoplanet with water vapor, an atmosphere, and potential for liquid water.K2-18 b is our "best candidate for habitability," since it's the only known exoplanet with water vapor, an atmosphere, and potential for liquid water.

Water vapor discovered on potentially habitable super-Earth exoplanet - INSIDER

Scientists from University College London have discovered water vapour on the exoplanet K2-18b, which is twice the size of Earth and eight times the mass, and say it's the right temperature for life.Scientists from University College London have discovered water vapour on the exoplanet K2-18b, which is twice the size of Earth and eight times the mass, and say it's the right temperature for life.

Scientists find WATER on a planet 110 light years from Earth | Daily Mail Online

A super-Earth about 111 light-years away is “the best candidate for habitability that we know right now,” astronomers say.A super-Earth about 111 light-years away is “the best candidate for habitability that we know right now,” astronomers say.

Water found on a potentially life-friendly alien planet

Water has been discovered for the first time in the atmosphere of an exoplanet with Earth-like temperatures that could support life as we know it, scientists revealed Wednesday.Water has been discovered for the first time in the atmosphere of an exoplanet with Earth-like temperatures that could support life as we know it, scientists revealed Wednesday.

Water Found For First Time In Atmosphere Of Habitable Exoplanet: Study

The unprecedented detection was made on K2-18b, which is eight times the mass of our home planet.The unprecedented detection was made on K2-18b, which is eight times the mass of our home planet.

K2-18b: Water vapour discovery means giant 'super-Earth' could support life | Science & Tech News | Sky News

WATER vapour has been detected on a potentially habitable super-Earth in a world first. The planet is called K2-18b and it's now the only known celestial body orbiting a star outside of our Solar System to have both water and temperatures that could support life.WATER vapour has been detected on a potentially habitable super-Earth in a world first. The planet is called K2-18b and it’s now the only known celestial body orbiting a star outside of our S…

Breakthrough in search for alien life as scientists detect water on habitable 'super-Earth' 110 light years away